I passed N2 while in school and am currently working as an interpreter for trainees. The salary is high and I am fulfilling with a very rewarding job. What I would like to advise is not only studying at a Japanese Language School, but to study on your own too. Anyway, if you want to get involved in a good company in Japan, first improve your Japanese skills. That way, every day is fun.
I passed N1 and was able to enter a hotel-related Vocational School. Currently, I work as a hotelman for The Manhattan Hotel, which is said to be a premier hotel in Japan. The salary is the same as high as Japanese.
I think that if you work like me, you can get a high income. As for my advice, it is important to make lots of conversation practice from the Japanese School Teacher as well as the Japanese friends. Please come to Japan and make your dreams come true.
I passed the Japanese Language Proficiency Test and was able to get a job at a restaurant-related company in Japan. At Sawara Language School, teachers will teach you considerately, and you will be able to prepare specific proficiency tests while receiving advice from teachers. Also, Sawara Language School has a contract with a food factory company, so if you pass a specific skill test, you can easily find a job. In my case, I passed the No. 1 Skill Test and can work for up to 5 years. Please come to Japan and make your dream come true.
My dream is to be an interpreter. Luckily, I was able to enter a Vocational School with a curriculum necessary for interpreting. Even at the same vocational school, interpreting vocational schools are at a high level, and you cannot enter unless you study hard. I think Sawara Language School is the best school for me. All the teachers are kind and eager to teach. Also the facilities are great. Please come to Sawara Language School by all means. You will get all the support.
I am really glad I entered Sawara Language School. That is because the teachers are very kind and take care of everything from studying to life.
Studying Japanese is easy to understand, and if you do not understand, teachers will teach you to the point where you can understand it. So I passed N2.